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cosas en protesta a la presidenta. >> en guatemala comenzaron los funerales de los fallecidos por el terremoto. >> y diez campesinos fueron masacrados y uno más fue herido, reunieron a los trabajadores de una finca y preguntaron si pagaron extorsión y fue abatido de manera indiscriminada. >> un estudiante de medicina fue herido a bala y muerto por protestas y luego de que se aprobara un proyecto que tiene más de 100 mil millones de dólares. >> tras una hora detenida fue liberada la bloguera cubana, ella dijo que esta noche camina de nuevo libremente por las calles de la habana. >> más noticias al volver de comerciales, envíen sus comentarios en nuestro facebook. >> un alto funcionario de defensa dijo que 7 miembros del equipo involucrados en la misión para matar a osama bin laden fueron castigados por haber proporcinado información para crear un juego de video. >> la bolsa de valores en los estados unidos cerro a la baja y en la lista consideran que en las causas podrían ser el estancamiento político, el promedio industrial perdió 121 puntos y la caída de ayer fue de 313
the capital city of guatemala city. there are concerns a local tsunami might be a possibility. there are no reports of damage, but we will keep you updated. >> another tax break at risk. the market's forgiveness debt relief act of 2007 will expire. that avoids homeowners to not pay taxes on their mortgages for reduction. >> the reelection of president obama is front-page news all around the world. we will have a sample of how major newspapers handled the story. they will be displayed -- inside and outside it. >> let us take it right now -- you saw the headlines. four more years. a second act. signed sealed, delivered. fired up -- obama wins reelection and colorado passes a marijuana measure. it is not always about the president, because here, jordan wins. that got the headlines of there. international headlines from barbados to belgium. moboama and barack-on. bloomberg business week has put up covers as they think things will happen in four years. this is how they think obama will age over the next four years. they also did mitt romney as well. that is how they say he will age
. >>> at least 48 are dead after a massive 7.4 magnitude earthquake in guatemala. cameras rolled as an after shock hit. >>> take a look at the upper right-hand part of your screen. this is amazing. do you see that woman. this incredible video from great britain. it shows a woman who survived after getting crushed by three cars while trying to walk across the street. amazingly she suffered only nonlife threatening head injuries. unreal. >>> now to wall street where u.s. markets and asian markets suffered hard losses. the dow plunged 312 points yesterday. the s&p fell 33. the nasdaq tumbled 74. >>> in tokyo the nikkei sank 135 points while in hong kong the hang seng shot down 532. >>> well, the post election day drop for the dow was the fifth largest since 1900. as wall street responded to the elections with a selloff on fierce that congress and the white house won't be able to avoid that fiscal cliff we told you about earlier in the show. >>> a california judge has refused to issue a preliminary injunction to stop dish network's digital video recorder which allows consumers to record certain
. rethink possible. >>> the death toll is 52 people following a major earthquake in guatemala. the 7.4 was centered off the coast of guatemala. 22 people are missing. many are presumed dead. 70 aftershocks hit in the first 24 hours. >>> another storm in an area struggling to recover from superstorm sandy. the nor'easter made its way through new england today. it is adding to the damage from the superstorm sandy and pushing back recovery efforts. caused power outages and many people who got power back, were plunged back into darkness in temperatures near freezing. >> awful. i am done. >> i don't know, you keep going. crack up at times and get up the next morning and keep going. >> the snowstorm is also causing problems for drivers. new york is gas rashenning -- rashenning. losses could total $33 billion. superstorm sandy forced the shut down of oil refineries. the governor estimated damage from maine to the carolinas and to the ohio valley could reach $50 billion. >>> new study reveals surprising information about their sense of touch. the reptiles have touch censors that are among th
7.4 magnitude earthquake in guatemala. cameras rolled as an aftershock hit during a briefing by the country's president and his sign language interpreter. >>> this is remarkable. take a look at the upper right-hand part of your screen. that's a woman surviving after getting crushed by three cars while trying to cross the street. if you can believe it, she only suffered non-life-threatening head injuries. >>> this is your first look at scrambled politics. the obama team was surprised at how fast the race was called tuesday night. just how surprised? the president and his immediate family were alone in their hotel suite when the word came down. top staffers in with another room as news began to spread. >>> wasting no time to cash in on post election analysis, a new ebook called "why romney lost" is available online tomorrow. it is written by david frum who worked in the george w. bush white house. >>> rush limbaugh who famously declared his hope would be that president obama would fail, wasn't too happy about the results and tried to cheer up the right. >> conservatism did not
of guatemala, colombia, and mexico, crucial aflies america's war on drugs, are wondering if they are fighting a losing battle. >> look at mexico the past six years, more than 60,000 dead in their drug wars, and that's just one country. >> reporter: this week, the president of mexico believes honduras and costa rica called for an international debate on legalization. >> there's a real concern over rising crime, and in particular, violence. so rather than just escalate the routine enforcement, they've decided that we ought to look at a legal, regulated market as a possible solution. >> brennan: according to the u.n., cannabis, which include marijuana and harbish, is the world's most widely used illicit substance. next, a question facing japan. where did the money for fukushima's reconstruction go? months since the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster that devastated northeastern japan. today, thousands of people still live in temporary housing, and residents say much of the money meant for rebuilding has been misspent. lucy craft reports from tokyo. >> reporter: a massive, $150 billion budg
7.4 earthquake hit off the coast of guatemala this morning. officials there say the worst of the damage is in the state of san marcos near the mexican border. a red cross spokesperson says folks across the entire country felt the quake and there are reports of buildings shaking as far as away as mexico city and el salvador. guatemala's president calls it the largest quake to hit his country in more than 35 years. at least one person is dead and several others trapped when part of a shopping center collapses. that tops our news around the world in 80 seconds. guana, authorities say the top floor of the five story department store came crashing down in the capital city. amateur video shows a large crowd gathering around a pile of debris. rescuers pulled out several victims. the nation's president cancelled campaigning for the day to visit the site and donated it a disaster zone. chile. dozens of fishermen battled police in the capital city of santiago a limit over fishing. the fishermen claim it could cripple their business. they set up road blocks on threw stones. the cops
the coast of guatemala today killing 39 people. 7.4 earthquake. there are reports of building shaking. the president says the country is on its highest level of disaster alert and he is asking people to evacuate tall buildings. >>> our weather now. what a difference today compared to earlier this week. you called it. >> real significant. temperatures yesterday, record levels. yesterday. today temperatures plummet. feels like winter out there. next 24 hours it will feel more winter like, rain, snow in high peaks and the west slope, it will be winter before you know it. here is what i am watching. this weak ban moving in now. we are not expecting showers but this is the leading edge. there is showers north of here. you can see those around portland. seattle. that is where they are now but they will drop our way. they will drop like our temperatures. these are the numbers from today. 81 -- pardon me. from tuesday. yesterday. warm day. look at the drop. over 20 degrees in santa rosa today. 77, 57. 20 degrees in san francisco. major drop in temperatures. cooler still as we head into tomorr
guatemala's coast. the quake was centered 28 miles southwest of champariko. there's no word of damage or a possible tsunami. but once again, a 7.5 earthquake just reported off the coast of guatemala. >>> voters in birkly rejected the controversial sit/lie law. the measure would have banned sitting and lying in that area at certain times of the day and the night. the meche ure lost 52 -- measure lost, 52% to 48%. >>> voters defeated a temporarily tax -- measure o. >>> some san francisco holiday tradition get underway today. two ice ridges get going at 10:00 a.m. the ridge at the embarcadero -- ice ridges get going at 10 -- ice rinks at the embarcadero get going at 10:00. >>> let's go back to sal. >> that's right. one more check, dave and tori. westbound, you will see slow traffic. you will see it's moving well. they still have the big rig causing trouble. westbound on the right. bay bridge toll plaza, is light this morning. and if you are driving on the peninsula, san jose is very slow. you will see slow traffic in -- on san francisco approach. let's go to steve. thank you. a lot of fo
bad to worse in guatemala after another large earthquake rattled the country. a 6.5 magnitude quake struck the country's pacific coast, sending people running for cover just days after a 7.4 magnitude quake on wednesday. that quake is being blamed for 52 deaths as well as serious structural damage. so far it looks like this newest quake has not claimed any lives. >>> on the other side of the world, an earthquake destroys ancient placesf worship in myanmar. the 6.2 magnitude quake rocked the small east asian country. it caused buildings and bridges and collapse as well as ancient pagodas. 18 people are feared dead. >>> a teenager faces charges for scaring people in a colorado movie theater. "the denver post" says a 17-year-old boy wore a mask resembling the joker from the batman movies into the movie theater in boulder, colorado. the teen was unarmed and didn't threaten anyone but sent several people running from the theater. in july more than 12 people were killed and 30 injured during the showing of a film "the dark knight rises" in nearby aurora, colorado. >>> in a detroit police
shelters. >> at least 40 people have been killed in an earthquake off of guatemala's pacific coast. most of the victims were killed in the northwestern state of san marcos, which saw heavy damage. lawmakers in greece have approved a new round of austerity cuts amidst massive protests. on wednesday, the greek parliament narrowly backed a $13.5 billion austerity package featuring tax hikes and pension cuts -- greece's's fourth austerity package in three years. more than 100,000 people took to the streets of athens to oppose the measure, capping a three-day strike and staging greece's largest protest since august. the protest ended in clashes with police firing tear gas to disperse the crowd. turkey has unveiled plans to ask that nato deploy patriot missiles along its border with syria. the move would effectively create a no-fly zone over the turkey-syrian border. the move comes as syria is seeing some of its worst violence to date, with reports of dozens, if not hundreds, of deaths over the past week. at the united nations, undersecretary general for political affairs warned that syria is
that there has been an earthquake there. buildings rattled in mexico city. this was off the coast of guatemala. guatemala city, the closest major city to the epicenter. 7.5 magnitude quake off the country's pacific coast. that according to the u.s. geological survey. no word on damage or casualties yet. no word on any kind of a tsunami warning. that will depend on what happened on the ocean floor. we're watching story very closely. buildings were shaking in mexico city. this is large earthquake. 7.5. we'll bring you update as they come into the newsroom. jenna: major airlines are canceling flights into and out of the new york city area. a huge international hub of course. this coming ahead of the second significant storm in a little more than a week. rick has more on this now, rick? >> jenna, 24,000 flights were canceled because of sandy last week. the airlines not taking any chances with this new storm on its way. already flights are being canceled all over the northeast. starting tomorrow at noon, united suspending most of its service. the airlines warning customers that the nor'easter will
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and support breast cancer research and access to care. jon: massive destruction in guatemala to tell you about after a 7.4 magnitude earthquake there. dozen os of people dead -- dozens of people dead and the scale of the devastation just beginning to emerge. rick folbaum has the latest. >> reporter: this is tough. it was a big one, as you said, 7.4, and it took dozens of lives, jon, a death toll that officials there say will go higher. this is what it looked like in zahn marcos -- san marcos, galt guatemala, and you might notice some buildings are standing and others are piles of rubble. that's because the newer buildings were built to withstand this kind of shock, the older ones just crumbled. more than 150 homes going down. the quake was felt in neighboring mexico and el salvador, there was even a tsunami alert off the coast of el salvador. as for the victims, in one case an swire family was -- an entire family was killed. a couple and their six young children crushed from rocks and earth from a hill that slid into their home. aftershocks continue to rattle nerves there. the cleanup and the
is at 38 after that quake near guatemala. the quake was felt as far as mexico city. 48 have been killed. a number of buildings have collapsed. the quake triggerrerred mudslides and that's making it difficult for -- triggered mudslide and that's making it difficult for rescuers to get to victims. >>> today, gabrielle giffords plans to face the man who almost killed her in court. jared loughner is being sentenced to life in prison. former congresswoman giffords and her husband say they will be in court and kelly is set to speak in the courtroom. now, however ner shot giffords during a -- now, jared loughner shot giffords in tucson and he avoided the death penalty and faces 19 charges. >>> pam cook is in the newsroom with word of a new effort to try to get sheriff mirkarimi out of office. good morning, pam. >> good morning. according to the san francisco chronicle, the group, san francisco women for accountability, plans to make an aofficial announcement next week to start this. the women say "the outcry is loud and clear and we can't have a sheriff who has been convicted of domestic viole
never know what can happen. bill: we are seeing frightening video of a massive earthquake in guatemala. after in the aftermath, absolutely staggering. 52 are dead. that number is expected to rise in the coming days. thousands of homes damaged or destroyed all together. most without electricity or running water. it many the quake to hit that country going back to 1976. martha: now that the presidential election is in the rearview mirror. people are starting to talk about the next republican ticket and who might be on the short list for 2016. you see already marco rubio has planned a trip to iowa. chris christie and some people who work for him are starting to take on more prominent positions. let's chat about this with john roberts. you don't want to take a little bit after break in between? >> reporter: three days after the election and we are bored already. never too early to talk about the next presidential election cycle. the short list is a long list. let's bring up the top contenders. congressman paul ryan of course. i talked to people who are close to him and they say he hasn't t
of guatemala. it rocked the capital and shook buildings as far away as mexico city and el salvador. airlines are taking no chances ahead of the second major storm in the new york area just over a week. already suspended most of the service in and out of the region. american airlines will shut down services at 3:00 p.m. today. other major airlines are asking passengers to rebuild their flights for a later day. and there is one more sign that new york is getting back to normal after hurricane sandy. the holland tunnel is now open to all traffic after being closed today due to super storm cindy. those are your news headlines at this hour. now back to tracy and lori. tracy: everybody can stay away and go through the holland tunnel. the markets areepricing in an obama victory and they were right, charlie gasparino the first to report it, so where should you put your money now and what should you do with the fiscal cliff? >> i think people underestimate just how much smarts rs investment banks decide what you saw people trading on a romney victory. the analytics at the firms, what we were first re
santa clara is among those killed in the large earthquake in guatemala this week. 11-year-old aldo dominguez vasquez lived with his uncle and was working at his family's quarry when the 7.4 quake hit. he and nine other relatives were killed by falling rocks. the boy's parents still live in the united states. 52 people were killed in wednesday's quake. >>> well, this morning, police are searching for the person who killed the teenager in east oakland. witnesses say a car pulled up next to the victim's vehicle at parolee court in the fruitvale district last night. the gunman got out, firing several rounds right into the vehicle. the male victim was in his late teens. he lived in that neighborhood. police have not yet released his name. >>> a young man is recovering this morning after he was hit by a bullet in a drive-by shooting overnight in east palo alto. police tell us the 23-year-old was in a car with friends on albernie street when another car drove past and shot at them. this happened just before midnight. the victim is in the hospital in stable condition. no arrests have been
his state's recovery moving backwards. take a look at some of the damage in guatemala. a powerful earthquake left 50 people dead. it left roads, homes, and schools in ruins. and knocked out power. some 600 miles away people in mexico city could feel it. >> a lawsuit filed in california is seeking more than $775 million in damages from south korean automaker hyundai and kia motors. the suit follows last week's admission from the companies that they overstated the fuel efficiency ratings on more than a million vehicles recently sold in the u.s. and canada. >>> voters in arizona re-elected controversial sheriff jou arpaio. he is known for his tough stance on undocumented immigrants. the aclu and u.s. justice department filed lawsuits against the 80-year-old apie yoe accusing him of civil rights violations and racial discrimination against latinos. and guys, you keeps getting re-elected again and again. >> thank you very much, christine. time for your early read. a look at the local newsmaking national headlines. this is chicago sun times, your hometown paper. jesse jackson jr. is hol
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